Armchair Olympians Day 13
Free ebook to mark Alzheimer's Awareness Month
Fortune woman charged for allegedly stealing funds from United Towns Minor Hockey ...
St. Lawrence native wants to start cannabis grow-op in Burin
Community rallying to support youth after Grand Bank break-in
Russell Wangersky: Gambling on the lure of free money
Editorial: Welcome home
Coast guard employees recognized for exemplary service during ceremony in St. John’s
Government to N.L. ex-pats: come back home
The Southern Gazette
Redefining art in Glovertown - House of Diamonds Art Centre gallery closing.
Botwood Foodbank receives Valentine’s Day gift
Choices for Youth consults with public in the process of helping young people
In planning an expansion of its services, Choices for Youth (CFY) has held consultations with hundreds of people throughout the province to determine how best the organization can meet the needs of vulnerable youth living outside the St. John’s ...
Cozies for charity in Grand Falls-Windsor
GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR, NL – The story of Mya Healey’s battle with juvenile arthritis will be told during the 34th annual Janeway Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. Mya, 11, has been selected as a 2018 Janeway Miracle Kid. “I ...
Poem written about Phil Dooley from local Gander resident
Phil’s Legacy My strongest memories are of shopping carts You used to push them back to their rightful place. Everyone knew you, even back then As a child I remember your friendly, smiling face. Folks often heard you before they saw ...
Phil Dooley - A big man with a big smile
GANDER, NL – One of Gander’s most famous and friendly citizens has passed away. Phillip “Phil” Dooley died on Feb. 7, two months shy of his 65th birthday. Since word came of Dooley’s passing, hundreds of tributes ...
Newly renovated Grand Bank 50+ club officially opened
GRAND BANK, NL – What started out as a renovation project by the 50+ club in Grand Bank quickly turned into a bigger initiative involving the town council and local contractors. “The project developed into much more than we had ...
A knot tied by a deck of cards
LEWISPORTE, NL – Soon after graduating nursing school in Saskatchewan, a young and adventurous Elizabeth Chaffey had the choice to practice in various hospitals in Canada. But none of the places appealed to her – not until she heard ...
Town of Springdale and Lions Club partner on bandstand project
SPRINGDALE, NL — Whether it is hundreds of dollars or tens of thousands, the feeling of helping others is the same for Lions Club of Canada members, according to Sadie Foster. The president of the Springdale Lions Club was referring to a ...
Carbonear food bank has big plans following incorporation
CARBONEAR, NL — A plan that was years in the making to take ownership of the building where it’s served thousands of clients is paying off big time for the St. Vincent de Paul Food Bank in Carbonear. Late last year, a deal was ...
Newtown landscape reflection claims winning prize in Canadian Geographic contest
ST. JOHN’S, NL – Michael Winsor has plenty to celebrate. His image was selected among many entries in the landscape category as winner of the Canadian Geographic photo contest. The winning photo was taken in Barbour Living Heritage ...
Lions Clubs take on kids cancer in N.L. and around the world
Sheldon Slaney can tell you in detail that the weather on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 in St. John’s was warm, bright, and sunny. He was sitting with his wife, Nikki, in a Disney-themed room of the emergency department at the Janeway. They were ...